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she se kidnapping after a standoff friday that left a 10 month old infant serious injured. police records say the infant sustain head injuries. fox19 now's frankie jupiter talk with neighbors, and frankie what are they saying about the man arrested. they're calling this ordeal horrifying, and to makes matters worse, people say they know the guy ...they say he's the maintenance man. e "i'd kill somebody if they hurt my child" neighbors in this reading neighborhood, say it was a surprise to find out the swat team was on their block. "i was at work when it happened, my son was trying to come home from school and he couldn't come home from school" leslie manning didn't want to show her face but she says knows this man, neal royal who police arrested for
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felonious assault. "he's the maintenance man of the apartment buildings." police records say royal allegedly held his girlfriend and her two small children against their will at gunpoint for 14 hours, starting thursday night until noon the next day. that's when the reports say the victims saw the opportunity to escape and call police. "it's horrifying. you always hear about horrific things like this happening but when it happens right next door to where you're living at it brings it much closer to home." more details from the police report says the 10 month old need immediate surgery, after sustain head injuries from the day before to correct the bleeding. a neighbor said royal made a doorway through adjacent closets to again access to his girlfriend's apartment we knocked on both doors but no one answered. "i want to move. it's very disturbing just praying for the baby." report also say royal barricade
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several hours before surrendering. police aren't releasing the name of the victim, no word yet the infants' condition. live in reading frankie jupiter fox19 now. tonight, former first lady nancy reagan is being remembered across the country. not just for her work and her legacy, but for her great love story. she died of heart failure at the age of 94. rene marsh has a look back at the life of the former first lady. nancy reagan once said, "my life really began when i married my husband." nancy reagan "everything just fell into place with ronnie and me. we completed each other." she was born anne frances robbins in new york in 1921. her parents were separated, and when she was seven, her mother married a chicago neurosurgeon named loyal davis...who later adopted her.
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1949 signed a contract with m- g-m....but her career nearly ended before it began when her name appeared on a list of suspected communist sympathizers. hoping to help, a friend arranged for her to meet the president of the screen actor's guild, a dashing leading man... named ronald reagan. sheila tate/ nancy reagan's press secretary "she wanted to fix this but she also wanted to meet ronald reagan. because she had heard how available and cute he was." it would be the start of one of hollywood's...and washington's...most enduring love stories. nancy reagan "i knew right away, it took him a little push him a little bit." the couple even played opposite movie called navy". reagan started a politician....and was when he began his president...she was by his side, gazing adoringly... kenneth duberstein/ former white house chief of staff
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that wasn't an actress. the adoration they had for each other." once her husband was in office, she was often seen wearing designer gowns, and famously re- decorated the white house. this brought heavy criticism from the press. but she had her own special grit. especially after an assassin's bullet struck her husband. she rarely left his bedside. as first lady, reagan traveled the country promoting a drug education program which made famous the phrase "just say no." nancy reagan "now, i didn't mean that was the whole answer, obviously, but it served a purpose." she also successfully battled breast cancer once the couple left washington, reagan cared for her husband for years as he struggled with alzheimer's. after his death, and majestic state funeral in 2004,reagan devoted her time to his presidential library and foundation. nancy reagan "there are people who told me that it
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them, but not for me.i miss him now more than i ever did." nancy reagan will be remembered for her unflinching devotion to her husband. both in and out of the spotlight. in washington. . i'm rene marsh she is survived by two children. patti davis and ronald reagan, jr. former speaker of the house, john boehner tweeted out this touching photo of him with the former first lady reading... rest in peace, mrs. reagan. we've also received statements from john kasich, mitch mcconnell, attorney general mike dewine and others... all expressing their sympathy and comfort that the reagans will be reunited in heaven. condolences from national and local leaders are pouring in tonight. you can go to fox19now.com for an in-depth look at her legacy, as well as a heart-warming photo gallery filled with pictures of many special
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former first lady and president reagan. a gorgeous spring-like weather this afternoon, but it's not over. meteorologist matt holiner is in for the chief tonight, with some good news. steve cam new tonight
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police are investigating a shooting in west price hill. this shooting happened late this afternoon on trenton avenue. we're told the victim was found outside of his car with multiple gunshot wounds. emergency crews rushed him to u-c medical center for surgery and he is expected to survive. police have not released the victim's name or any information about possible suspects. a norwood caretaker is under arrest tonight, charged with an unthinkable crime. police say this man, timothy bray, is
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says bray was his caretaker and touched him inappropriately and then forced himself on him. bray is due in court tomorrow morning. a walnut hills man is charged with aggravated menacing tonight... accused of threatening two people with an axe. police arrested 38-year-old jason kuss last night. court documents reveal kuss allegedly told victim "i've got something for you" and another "i'm ready to kill somebody" while holding the weapon. kuss is scheduled to appear in hamilton county court tomorrow morning. the football world tonight is reacting to peyton manning's annoucement. maybe the best quarterback ever will retire at a press conference on monday. fox19 now sports director joe d is here and this story is dominating social media tonight. joe hplaz/vo some serious respect tonight from the bengals on twitter... cool shot of andy dalton and manning... dalton saying "the game is forever changed - thanks peyton." adam jones tweeted "congrats
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eighteen peyton manning on a great career." wonder if the media crowd will look a little bit like this on monday? i'm guessing it'll be a little more organized at his press conference. this is really the last time we saw peyton manning - just minutes after his super bowl win. he said he'd take a few weeks to make his decision... and... his decision is to go out on top. the only five-time mvp in nfl history with more touchdowns and passing yards than any other q-b ever. joe hplaz/gfx kind of ironic number eighteen is leaving after eighteen years in the nfl. peyton will speak for the first time since the super bowl monday at one o'clock our time. if not the best quarterback of all-time - he's on the mount rushmore of q-bs. john kasich gets a big time hollywood endorsement.. the latest on his heavyweight pickup coming up. also ahead.. an update on former president jimmy carter and his
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he told the kids at his sunday school this morning. live wx tease
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now of former president jimmy carter's battle with cancer. the 91-year-old informed his sunday school class today that he no longer
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less than seven months after revealing he'd been diagnosed with melanoma that had spread to his brain. he told them the doctors gave him the good news after a 2-hour m-r-i. his doctors will continue to do scans to make sure the cancer doesn't return. take a look at this man... you may not know his name or his face... but you certainly know his work. ray tomlinson, the creator of email has died at the age of 74. tomlinson invented direct email messages in 1971. before his invention, electronic messages could be shared only on a very limited network. you decide 2016 ohio governor and presidential candidate, john welcome and a endorsement in arnold first announced his support this afternoon on showed up for an afternoon rally. told the crowd
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around. washington he kicked some serious butt, he was a action hero when he went to washington. praised kasich for through the first washington since a man walked on the moon, and for turning ohio's 8- billion dollar deficit into a 2- billion dollar surplus. kasich faces crucial primaries next tuesday, here in ohio and in michigan. this comes just a day after kasich fired a campaign staffer after his domestic violence. blake waggoner is accused of choking woman. he worked for the deputy digital director. the enquirer reports waggoner to the offense, diversion program for offenders to have charges dismissed.. if they complete the requirements. a larger than expected turnout yesterday for the
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considered a success by some gop leaders.. and headache for some voters. in boone county, caucus officials were expecting 45- hundred voters to show up, instead, nearly 7000 came out to the poll. only one polling location was allowed per county and that caused some parking problems "i know there were problems. i know it was a short period of time; and there were traffic issues all over the state because of the caucus location and the way it was set up, that was unfortunate. but it was actually a success." right now, phyllis sparks says from what she knows.. there aren't any presidential caucus. clinton and sanders are squaring off once again tonight in the latest democratic debate in flint, michigan. we will have a live report from there in just a few minutes. a woman, unknowingly trapped in an elevator for a month has been found dead. elevator
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returning to work after a month-long break for chinese new year made the disturbing discovery late last week. officials say the woman had been trapped inside since late january and starved to death. the lift had been taken out of service after workers had "confirmed" that no one was inside... but they apparently only shouted to check if anyone was inside and did not open it to verify. one worker is in custody. an oklahoma woman comes home to her dog bleeding on the front porch and a note from a deputy saying he'd shot him. this is bruno. his story has caught the eye of thousands online. the deputy, who was investigating shots into a nearby home says bruno tried to attack him. the family says bruno is not aggressive and did nothing wrong. since bruno's story hit the internet, the deputy has received hateful phone calls and threats. bruno will lose his leg, but is expected to recover. they're still below
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prices have been average price over the past two weeks. industry analyst trilby lundberg says the moderate price hike is due to... growing demand across the the average price gallon. we found it for 1-96 here at the speedway in covington. keep in mind, the price of oil is going cut the number of lowest level, in more than six years. wx anchor/ in wx center gfx/steve
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fox19 weather app for your apple, android devices tricia cam do you think sex offenders should be castrated for their crimes? at least one lawmaker is pushing for surgical procedure. and two brothers hit the lottery.. on the same day! hear how quickly 291- million dollars changed their plans.. coming up.
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a little more talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, scream. only one guy's done more than talk. kasich. he'll do for america what he's done for us. create jobs. four hundred thousand jobs here in ohio. brought 'em back from
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a surplus. more jobs? an america that works? new day for america is responsible for the content of this advertising. fodd as you decide... tonight, hillary sanders are squaring off in the latest democratic debate. ryan nobles is live with the latest. --suggested anchor question 1 there was a pretty tense moment between sanders and clinton on the topic of wall
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that about? sot:
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topic of wall street... what was that about? sot: sanders: "if you're wall street bailout your friends economy. clinton: "you know." me, i'm talking." applause clinton: "if you're gonna talk tell the whole story, senator." sanders: "let me tell yours." clinton: "i will." question 2-- the issue of gun violence was among the topics during tonight's debate...
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front and center. what did the candidates have to say on the issue? sot: hillary clinton/d presidential candidate "they are trying to prevent that from happening to any other family, and the best way to do that is to go right at the people you talk about corporate greed, the gun manufacturers sell guns to make as much money as they can make. " tricia cam a controversial plan to deal with sex offenders. could castration plan to deal with sex offenders. could castration be the answer? which lawmakers are considering it. vo plus, trouble at a local mall that's already made major changes to deal with rowdy teens. sot
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accused of violating northgate mall's new policy for juveniles. police say mall officials warned deiondre edward riley of the new restrictions and asked riley and his friends to leave the mall yesterday, but he refused. officers say he became belligerent,
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had to be escorted out of the mall. northgate mall implemented a new policy restricting kids under 17 without an adult after 5p-m on weekends. the changes come after a large fight involving more than 100 people a few weeks ago. the princeton high school student is charged with criminal trespassing and disorderly conduct. tonight ohio state patrol officers are showing off a huge stash of weed they uncovered during a traffic stop in monroe township in preble county. take a look... that's 120-thousand dollars worth of marijuana. they say they stopped a 2013 ford f-150 pick-up. troopers say a drug sniffing dog alerted to the truck and they searched it, finding three duffel bags containing 60- pounds of pot. an arizona man, is being held in the preble county jail, charged with possession of marijuana. tricia cam the bearcats get a much needed win today over a top 25 team, and mick cronin had some words
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committee after the game. jeremy rauch is live in studio with more. jer hplaz gfx right now... the bearcats are listed as one of the last four teams in the tournament, according to joe lunardi and jerry palm, who are the biggest names in bracketology. but who needs them... when you've got mick cronin... we'll get back to that... " mick cronin: "when we've got the same record as some teams that are supposedly locks. it's comical to me. it's
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jer hplaz gfx coming up... we'll hear from one bearcat senior, on what this win meant to him. and... an update on a key injured player for uc. sexaully abuse a child.. and you are castrated! that's the idea being kicked around by an alabama lawmaker.. house bill 365, introducted by state rep steve hurst.. wants sex offenders over 21..
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children 12 and under... would be required to be surgically castrated before they leave prison! for those who say it's inhumane... hurst says... it's more inhumane to sexually molest an infant who can't get away or defend themselves. the bill will have to pass the judiciary committee before it's heard by the alabama house and senate.. they've taken the blame for eating homework for decades... so why not other incidents? the exact details are still under investigation.. but bystanders say this white haired bandit took the wheel and crashed his owner's truck in mankato. "i saw the dog kept coming to the window and then jumping down." bystander marie brace snapped this photo minutes after the crash.. she says the animal showed no apparent remorse.. jumping.playing and generally acting like a dog. despite his reckless behavior police say no one was hurt and the dog has not been cited.
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lottery and win! but one has a lot more to celebrate. a pennsylvania judge returning from a vacation in the florida keys this week...stopped at a convenience store to buy lottery tickets -- and upon his return to work, he realized he had won 291-million dollars! his brother also played powerball and was a winner..but his prize... just 7- dollars. the judge, james stocklas, was eating breakfast at his regular spot when he checked his phone and realized he won. he then bought the breakfasts of everyone in the called his family to back to florida!" are chicken nuggets a staple in your kids diet? that includes possible plastic contamination.. we'll let you know what to look out and.. are you spring break getaway? there's a destination picks you might want to look at first.
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chicken nuggets in they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in
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and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's riggedt by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders,
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the freezer? farms brands underway right now. 45-hundred pounds of applegate farms nuggets are being recalled due to possible plastic contamination. the recall includes: 8-oz. boxed packages of "applegate naturals chicken nuggets" with a best before date of 09/27/2016. there have been no confirmed reports of illnesses in relation to the recall.
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you just heard from mick cronin. what are the win? rauch. "sports open" [content sigh] ah, excuse me? mr. jones? hi. already? you booked an appointment. i just started cookin. we at time warner cable need to apologize to you. i haven't even started to bronze yet. we no longer give you an excuse to work all day perfecting your tan. starting to even it out. we're making a bunch of changes at time warner cable. including one-hour arrival windows. we'll also tell you how long our visit will take
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talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, scream. only one guy's done more than talk. kasich. he'll do for america what he's done for us. create jobs. four hundred thousand jobs here in ohio. brought 'em back from mexico and china. turned our deficit into a surplus. more jobs? an america that works? let's loan 'em john kasich. new day for america is responsible for the content
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the tournament talk can overshadow senior day... four bearcats had a senior moment today... octavius ellis, cory deberry, farad cobb and shaq thomas. thomas did not play... missed a third straight game with an injury, but mick said he will back for the conference tournament. let's show you how it went down... right off the tip... cory deberry throws down. man, he has grown into such a post presence for uc. gary clark
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hasn't made a single bucket in two games, uc shot just 30 percent from the field, but they thrive on tougness. troy caupain gives point lead in the second half. he had 14 points. kevin johnson, another guy who will play many more games at fifth this one for the big time resume boosting win for as they beat number 24, 61-54 wonderful win, not only for the seniors but for our season. it would've sucked to take an l and the season go down the drain." cory deberry: "i just wanted to finish out my last home game strong. we all were together and finished the game out strong."
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cronin...nearly uncut coming up on sportswrap. reds fell to 3-and-2 in the cactus league today. rockies win 9-3. jon moscot, has a chance to make the starting rotation, pitched three runnings, gave up three earned runs and a homer today... he just wants to win, whatever it takes. jon moscot: "we're a team, we want to win games. we want to do whatever we can to make the team better. if they see us in a position somewhere else as a starter or a reliever or whatever role may be you've got to fill that role and be a good teammate about it."
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only winning matches, he's winning friends along the way. the story about his special connection to a local rival coming up in sportswrap. coming up on sportswrap... see taft and aiken highlights from their district championships, plus reaction. we also have reaction from several regionals in kentucky. plus, mick cronin makes a tournament case for uc. jer hplaz gfx tricia 2-shot
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the news rolls on.... the fox19 11 o'clock news starts right now.
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sot "11 o'clock news open" reading police are investigating a kidnapping after a standoff friday that left a 10 month old infant serious injured. police records say the infant sustain head injuries. fox19 now's frankie jupiter talk with neighbors, and frankie what are they saying about the man arrested. they're calling this ordeal horrifying, and to makes matters worse, people say they know the guy ...they say he's the maintenance man. e
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they hurt my child" neighbors in this reading neighborhood, say it was a surprise to find out the swat team was on their block. "i was at work when it happened, my son was trying to come home from school and he couldn't come home from school" leslie manning didn't want to show her face but she says knows this man, neal royal who police arrested for kidnapping and felonious assault. "he's the maintenance man of the apartment buildings." police records say royal allegedly held his girlfriend and her two small children against their will at gunpoint for 14 hours, starting thursday night until noon the next day. that's when the reports say the victims saw the opportunity to escape and call police. "it's horrifying. you always hear about horrific things like this happening but when it happens right next door to where you're living at it brings it much closer to home." more details from the police report says the 10 month old need immediate surgery, after sustain head injuries from the
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bleeding. a neighbor said royal made a doorway through adjacent closets to again access to his girlfriend's apartment we knocked on both doors but no one answered. "i want to move. it's very disturbing just praying for the baby." report also say royal barricade himself in the apartment for several hours before surrendering. police aren't releasing the name of the victim, no word yet the infants' condition. live in reading frankie jupiter fox19 now. tonight, former first lady nancy reagan is being remembered across the country. not just for her work and her legacy, but for her great love story. she died of heart failure at the age of 94. rene marsh has a look back at the life of the former first lady. nancy reagan once said, "my life really began when i married my husband." nancy reagan "everything just fell into place with
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other." she was born anne frances robbins in new york in 1921. her parents were separated, and when she was seven, her mother married a chicago neurosurgeon named loyal davis...who later adopted her. she studied acting in college, and in 1949 signed a contract with m- g-m....but her career nearly ended before it began when her name appeared on a list of suspected communist sympathizers. hoping to help, a friend arranged for her to meet the president of the screen actor's guild, a dashing leading man... named ronald reagan. sheila tate/ nancy reagan's press secretary "she wanted to fix this but she also wanted to meet ronald reagan. because she had heard how available and cute he was." it would be the start of one of hollywood's...and washington's...most enduring love stories. nancy reagan "i knew right away, it took him a little bit longer, i had to
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the couple even played opposite each other in a movie called "hellcats of the navy". in 1966, ronald reagan tarted a second career as a politician....and was elected governor of california. when he began his run for president...she was by his side, gazing adoringly... kenneth duberstein/ former white house chief of staff "it was for real. that wasn't an actress. the adoration they had for each other." once her husband was in office, she was often seen wearing designer gowns, and famously re- decorated the white house. this criticism from the press. but she had her especially after an assassin's bullet struck her husband. she rarely left his bedside. as first lady, reagan traveled the country promoting a drug education program which made famous the phrase "just say no." nancy reagan "now, i didn't mean that was the whole answer, obviously, but it served a purpose."

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